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Participatory tools for the evaluation of training (PLA Notes 47)
As part of a project to generate employment, encourage better resource management and access to markets, the authors used an array of participatory methods to identify areas where training was required, to determine farmers perceptions of different training methods and to help participants to recognise their strengths.
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